Developed in partnership with Metro and in celebration of the RapidRide Expansion Program, each artist’s work is distinct and features imagery tied to the contexts, histories, cultures and communities of the forthcoming G and I lines. The RapidRide G Line will connect riders with frequent and reliable service through Madison Valley, First Hill and downtown Seattle. RapidRide I Line will serve riders in the Renton, Kent and Auburn areas.
These are two of three cards in the series created by a cohort of young regional artists who were supported by mentors Angelina Villalobos and Jesse Brown. Jovita Mercado’s card was released in March, aligned with the launch of RapidRide H Line service.